ABOUT HYPERQUBE

Where Traditional Virtualization Fails, HyperQube Begins

What Makes Us Different

REDUCE

Reduce labor associated with managing VMWare by 90%

ELIMINATE

Eliminate the need for expensive hardware

BUILD

Build test environments in minutes not weeks

BRIDGE

Bridge any environment to the physical infrastructure to integrate devices which can’t be virtualized

What if you could instantly replicate a network or infrastructure and use that carbon copy to test the impact of a cyber-attack?

That’s What HyperQube Provides

A look inside and ahead, without the risk of harming an existing environment. With HyperQube there is no extra man power or time needed to test changes or updates. Put simply, HyperQube’s technology enables customers to quickly and easily build an exact copy of any infrastructure or network – a simple solution to a convoluted process. Armed with a proof of concept, Stevenson applied and was accepted to the Mach37 cybersecurity accelerator where he grew HyperQube into a functional, scalable service offering. Today, HyperQube works with customers all over the world and is rapidly expanding to meet the demand of government agencies and enterprises in need of better infrastructure security, scaling, and updating.

Satisfied customers and partners include Cisco, the National Guard, as well as top academic institutions within the InterNational Cyber Security Center of Excellence (INCS-CoE) network such as Harvard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Oxford University, Tel Aviv University and Keio University. HyperQube is raising the bar when it comes to infrastructure efficiency and security. To learn how your enterprise can benefit, contact us.

Our Team

Craig Stevenson

Founder & CEO

Prior to founding HyperQube, Craig was the Director of Cyber Training for Raytheon where he designed custom curriculum to train US allied nations to execute their cyber missions. As Lead Instructor of the Cyber Exploitation Unit at Raytheon, Craig worked with The Intelligence & Security Academy to help design and teach the Cyberforce Superiority curriculum, which aims to help managers and leaders gain the familiarity they need to deal with cyber-related issues that will affect their enterprise.

Craig is an adjunct professor at Johns Hopkins University where he teaches Cyber Operations as part of the Graduate Program. Craig received his BA in Computer Science from Saint Mary’s College of Maryland. He holds a MA in Mathematics from Kent State University and Virginia Commonwealth University where he has also spent time as adjunct faculty member in both university’s Mathematics Departments.

“HyperQube recognized the growing need for a scalable and reusable virtualized environment to test network boundaries, it’s exciting to see our partners explore the limits of all that our software can provide from superior security hygiene to speedy network-wide update deployment.”

Jessica Crytzer

CRO

As CRO, Jessica leads, develops, and monitors the company’s sale infrastructure and strategy. Prior to HyperQube, Jessica was the Director of National and Strategic Accounts at ThreatSwitch, during which she helped raised $1.25 million and grew the firm’s team from two to 20 individuals. She also worked for Iron Mountain where she ranked in the top 10% of the organization and helped launch the company’s Enterprise Document Conversion Initiative.

Previously, Jessica co-founded the Emerging Technology practice at global real estate firm Cresa where she helped position the company’s ability and desire to commit to supporting founders, funders and innovators in the emerging Washington DC technology space.

“HyperQube has leveraged something quite powerful and is already helping public and private sector partners improve their cybersecurity systems, build new systems faster, and connect remotely to tackle complex problems all via web browser.”

 

Jessica Crytzer

CRO

As CRO, Jessica leads, develops, and monitors the company’s sale infrastructure and strategy. Prior to HyperQube, Jessica was the Director of National and Strategic Accounts at ThreatSwitch, during which she helped raised $1.25 million and grew the firm’s team from two to 20 individuals. She also worked for Iron Mountain where she ranked in the top 10% of the organization and helped launch the company’s Enterprise Document Conversion Initiative.

Previously, Jessica co-founded the Emerging Technology practice at global real estate firm Cresa where she helped position the company’s ability and desire to commit to supporting founders, funders and innovators in the emerging Washington DC technology space.

“HyperQube has leveraged something quite powerful and is already helping public and private sector partners improve their cybersecurity systems, build new systems faster, and connect remotely to tackle complex problems all via web browser.”

 

Kevin Chapman

CTO

As CTO, Kevin leads the company’s technology-based decisions and balances HyperQube’s security, usability and cost. Kevin further assists in the ongoing development of the company’s platform and shapes cyber environments for demonstration. Prior to joining HyberQube, Kevin was a Principal Engineer II at Raytheon, during which he developed and coordinated cyber security training at the Raytheon CODE Center and integrated technologies for the CODE Center cyber range.

Kevin additionally spent time as Senior Systems Administrator for BIS GLOBAL, where he was responsible for management of client production infrastructure and data center systems, and further managed all network security.

“HyperQube is not just a disruptive way to test and improve cybersecurity – our products help enterprises improve everything from global remote collaboration with contractors to offering more realistic and targeted demos to potential customers to testing and onboarding potential employees and new hires.”